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SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2013

Indians suffer sweep in first series

There weren't any blowouts, but the Spokane Indians came up empty during their first three games of the Northwest League season. Sunday afternoon's game against Everett ended 4-3, giving the AquaSox three wins in games decided by two runs or less (Friday and Saturday's games...

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FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 2013

Everett turns back Indians in season debut

The Spokane Indians fell behind 5-0 in the third inning Friday and fell short of a comeback during a 6-4 setback to the Everett AquaSox as the 2013 Northwest League season began at Avista Stadium. First-round draft selection Alex Gonzalez struggled for the Indians, who...

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Indians set for opener in new-look NWL

The Spokane Indians will begin their 31st consecutive season in the Northwest League on Friday with a spot in a new division. The NWL is now divided North-South instead of East-West, so the Indians' new division rivals are Everett, which opens the season at Spokane,...

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Indians outfielder Jarmon dazzled as quarterback

New Spokane Indians outfielder Jamie Jarmon was so talented as a football quarterback in high school that he was named Delaware's player of the year. Jarmon always liked baseball better, however, and his second professional season will begin this week with the Northwest League's Spokane...

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TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2013

Indians begin minicamp with familiar faces

The Spokane Indians began their three-day minicamp on Tuesday with their sights set on Friday's Northwest League opener against Everett. Spokane's current roster features 10 players who were on the Indians' roster in 2012. Seventh-year Indians manager Tim Hulett is fine with that prospect. Read...

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Hulett looks forward to 7th year with Indians

The Spokane Indians will begin their 31st consecutive season in the Northwest League on Friday. This season will mark the seventh consecutive year that Tim Hulett will serve as Indians manager. The former major leaguer said he's excited for another chance to guide the eight-time...

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FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 2010

FRIDAY, OCT. 1, 2010

Despite rumors, Bobby Brett says he has no plans to sell the Chiefs or Indians, asking: “If I don’t own the teams, what would I do?”  (Dan Pelle)

Candid conversation with Bobby Brett

When he and his brothers bought the Spokane Indians in 1985 – sale price: $137,000 – Bobby Brett “figured we’d get bored with it after a couple of years” and sell. Now, professional baseball in Spokane has completed 25 seasons under Brett ownership; the hockey...

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One of Indians' top hitters promoted

Spokane Indians outfielder Guillermo Pimentel was promoted Wednesday to the Hickory (N.C.) Crawdads, the Texas Rangers’ Low-A team in the South Atlantic League. Pimentel hit .344 in nine games with the Indians, playing center field and right field. He made an impression on Everett on...

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SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 2010


FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 2010

Rangers' top collegiate pick assigned to Indians

The Texas Rangers on Friday signed third baseman Mike Olt, their top collegiate pick from this month’s first-year draft, and assigned him to Spokane. Olt, who set the career home-run record at the University of Connecticut, was selected in the supplemental first round and the...

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